Kristen Duff

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Kristen Duff
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Born (2005-07-16) July 16, 2005 (age 18)
CitizenshipUnited States
OrganizationYoung Artist Academy
Height5 ft 3 in (160 cm)
  • NOVA Star Awards
  • New Jersey Film Award
  • International Rome Awards

Kristen Duff (born July 16, 2005) is an American actress, model, screenwriter, and producer. She has had a prolific film career since her teenage years and has starred in various TV series and independent films, receiving multiple accolades, including the NOVA Star Awards, the New Jersey Film Award, and the International Rome Award.[1]

Duff is known for her roles as Julia in the movie Purse, Kristen in Madness of Christmas, and a lead role in the TV series Savannah’s Place.[2]

Duff has written the screenplay for the short film “Point Isabelle.” She has expanded her career by producing and directing short films such as “Enchantress 2" and "The Flood That Changed My Home," for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Producer.

Early life and education

The daughter of an army veteran, Duff was born and raised in Kentucky, during the Iraq War. Duff grew up as a Disney Channel fan and dreamed of becoming an actress.

She has received acting classes at Actor's Technique New York, the speech team of the NSDA, and theater.


Duff began her acting career at age fifteen when she starred as Julia in the horror film Purse (2021). While in high school, she played the lead in the series “Savannah’s Place" and has starred in various short films and movies such as “Madness of Christmas" and “Don’t Make A Sound.”[3]

As a filmmaker, Duff has written and directed the short films "Point Isabelle and “Point Isabelle The Lost Daughter.” She has also produced, directed, and acted in the documentary film "The Flood That Changed My Home," for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Outstanding Producer. She is also the co-producer for the movie “Enchantress 2” (2024).[4]

Duff has been cast in the television series "Savannah's Place," directed by Keith Jacobs and Bob Myers.

Duff is also a well-known model and has appeared in advertisements for major brands such as Original Hippie for the 2022-2023 season and has been featured on the cover of LV Magazine for September 2023 and October 2021. She has additionally graced the covers of Carlos Miguel Magazine, Stardom Magazine, World Stars Magazine 2023 July Issue, Selin Magazine November 2023, and Can Kids Magazine Feature November 2023. She has been featured on Celebrity Storytime by the Young Artists Academy and has been profiled on Dish and Spectrum's WKYT and WYMT News.

She has volunteered as a member of Camp Noah, an organization that entertains the community with performances and plays and aids flood survivors.

Awards and recognitions

  • Duff was nominated for Outstanding Producer at the 2023 Young Artist Academy for the short film "The Flood that Changed My Home."
  • She earned a nomination for Best Performance in a Short Film Role: Teen Actress at the 2022 Young Artist Academy.
  • She was credited as a winner at the NOVA Star Awards in 2022-2023.
  • Duff secured the title of winner at the 2023–2024 New Jersey Film Awards.


Year Title Credits
2021 Purse Actress
2021 Imani Actress
The Madness Of Christmas Actress
Straw Girl Associate Producer
2024 Ouija Clown Actress
2024 Don't Make A Sound Actress
2022 ChrisAnder Assistant Director
Malfunction 2 Actress, Director & Screenwriter
The Flood That Changed My Home Actress, Producer & Host
Point Isabelle "The Lost Daughter Actress & Screenwriter
Point Isabelle Remake Actress & Screenwriter
Point Isabelle Actress & Screenwriter
East Hood Actress & Screenwriter

Personal life

Duff considers her parents to be her biggest supporters. She is an avid pet lover and enjoys spending time with her domesticated animals.

In the media



  1. "Kristen Duff". FilmFreeway. Retrieved 16 December 2023.
  2. "KRISTEN DUFF - Resume | Actors Access". Retrieved 16 December 2023.
  3. "Kristen Duff". issuu. Retrieved 16 December 2023.
  4. "Kristen Duff: Movies, TV, and Bio". Retrieved 16 December 2023.

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